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Drone attack on the port of Sevastopol. There is a Putin comment

Drone attack on the port of Sevastopol. There is a Putin comment

  • Putin referred to the drone attack on the Sevastopol port on Saturday morning
  • – The drones used to strike the ships of the Black Sea Fleet were partially in the corridor where the grain was exported, said the Russian President
  • The issue of completed mobilization was also raised during the conference. Putin said he would “discuss with lawyers the need for an appropriate ordinance”
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After the Sochi summit, Vladimir Putin answered questions from journalists. He referred to Russia’s suspension of the grain contract and stressed that “Moscow agreed to this agreement in order to help the poorest countries”. – However, as a result, 35 percent. products go to EU countries, and only three to five go to those in need, said the Russian president.

He also added that at the moment “Moscow has suspended the grain contract, and has not withdrawn from it”.

Putin also referred to the drone attack on the Sevastopol port. As a result, the Russian authorities temporarily stopped shipping. – The drones used to strike the ships of the Black Sea Fleet were partially in the corridor where the grain was exported – said the Russian president.

The issue of completed mobilization was also raised during the conference. Putin said he would “discuss with lawyers the need for an appropriate ordinance.” He added that 260,000 persons called up as part of partial mobilization do not take part in hostilities, but are trained. However, according to information from the front, many Russian soldiers go straight to Ukraine without prior training.

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– Turkey will continue its efforts under the the so-called the Cereal Initiativeaimed at exporting grain from Ukraine through the humanitarian corridor in the Black Sea, despite Russia’s hesitations, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday.

“Even if Russia is insecure (…), we will definitely continue our efforts to serve humanity,” Erdogan said in his speech.

The Turkish leader added that thanks to the cereals initiative, the global food crisis has been eased and 9.3 million tonnes of food have been donated to world markets. The UN said the first of 40 ship inspections scheduled for Monday had been completed in Istanbul’s waters by a team consisting only of UN and Turkish controllers. Before Saturday’s decision to withdraw from the grain initiative by Russia, representatives of Kiev and Moscow also joined the ship control teams.

The agreement on safe export of Ukrainian products via the Black Sea was signed on July 22 in Istanbul by representatives of Ukraine, Russia, Turkey and the United Nations. The agreement was concluded for 120 days, ie until November 19, with the possibility of extension.

Despite Russia’s withdrawal of the initiative, 12 cargo ships loaded with grain left Ukraine on Monday and set off through the humanitarian sea corridor in the Black Sea to Turkey. Four other ships are set to depart for Ukrainian ports, also on Monday.

Source: PAP, RIA Nowosti

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